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It is difficult enough, these days, to start your own business. The cost of premises is at an all-time high and many people are choosing to stay small and work from home. If you own your own home, you will probably already have building and contents insurance that you took out with your mortgage. Quotezone are perfectly placed to help you find, locate and compare the best and cheapest online and offline quotes with UK brokers and insurers. We can match you with compatible insurers for you to view their comparison quotes and choose one you prefer.
Will I require extra insurance for my home office and what should I do about it?
It is probably a prudent move to notify your existing insurer or any future insurer that you intend to, or have already started your home office running. It is more than likely to affect your contents policy if you have purchased any expensive equipment specifically for the use of the home office. If you are simply a sole trader with a teleworking business your current policy may already cover your equipment. You also have the added advantage that if you are working from home all day, you significantly reduce your risk of burglary, so you should also mention that aspect too.
Does the FCA regulate Quotezone and the companies you work with?
The Financial Conduct Authority is the UK overseer for the financial industry. They monitor regulations and rules that all financial businesses must adhere to. Quotezone is FCA regulated, as are our panel members.